Monitoring and management of Cerambyx cerdo in the Mediterranean region – a review and the potential role of citizen science

@inproceedings{Forestas2017MonitoringAM,
  title={Monitoring and management of Cerambyx cerdo in the Mediterranean region – a review and the potential role of citizen science},
  author={Agenzia Forestas and S. L. Departamento T{\'e}cnico},
  year={2017}
}
The Great Capricorn beetle, Cerambyx cerdo, and Mediterranean oak habitats (Quercus ilex – 9340 and Quercus suber – 9330) are protected by the Habitats Directive (HD). However, in the Mediterranean basin, these habitats are also traditionally used for animal, wood, and cork productions. Cerambyx cerdo feeds into the wood of trees and can be perceived by forest practitioners as an umbrella species or as a pest, depending on the context. Monitoring programmes involving forest practitioners could… CONTINUE READING

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